John Coggin

John Coggin, or John Dos Passos Coggin, first book, an authorized biography of legendary Florida politician Lawton Chiles entitled Walkin' Lawton, was published in November 2012. The book won the Samuel Proctor Award for oral history scholarship from the Florida Historical Society. Currently, Coggin works as a freelance writer in Richmond, VA. His second book is in development.

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Remembering Composer James Horner

08.25.15
  • Lions Gate

    ‘Stargate’: David Arnold’s First Blockbuster Score

    11.04.14
  • LucasFilm

    John Williams’ Star World

    11.03.14
  • Columbia Pictures

    All ‘Fury,’ No Fanfare

    11.03.14
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    Patrick Doyle: Marvel’s Mightiest Film Composer

    10.30.14
  • Disney

    An Orchestral Soundtrack for Halloween

    10.29.14
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    Jerry Goldsmith: A Tribute to His Music

    08.18.14
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    Elmer Bernstein: A Tribute to His Music

    08.09.14
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    Oxford, Maryland Addresses Climate Change at Local Level

    08.02.14
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    Remembering Fred Anderson: Writer, Mentor, and Friend

    07.16.14
  • MGM

    Eli Wallach and Tuco Ramirez

    06.29.14
  • John Coggin

    The Villages Are Still the Heart of Spain

    06.29.14
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    ‘The Last Ship’: Sting’s British Folk Musical

    05.14.14
  • Your Coffee Break

    ‘Restaurant: Impossible’ Celebrates 100 Episodes

    05.12.14
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    Optimism for ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’

    05.05.14
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    ‘Rio 2’: John Powell’s New Winged Symphony

    05.03.14
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    The Tenure of TV’s New Golden Age

    05.01.14
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    The Symbolism and Cozy Escapism of ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’

    03.31.14
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    Johnny Cash ‘Out Among the Stars’

    03.27.14
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    Honoring James Rebhorn’s Craftsmanship

    03.26.14
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    A Book for Black History Month: ‘Devil in the Grove’

    02.18.14
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    Springsteen’s ‘High Hopes’

    02.16.14
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    Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Art

    02.05.14
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    Los Lonely Boys’ Disappointing Reveal

    01.30.14
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    The Slow Burn of Steve McQueen’s ’12 Years a Slave’

    01.28.14
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    Hatfields, McCoys, and the Legend of the American Frontier Warrior

    01.07.14
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    Dos Passos, Hemingway, and France

    01.04.14
  • Richard N. Anderson

    John Dos Passos Remembered

    08.08.13
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    Music for a ‘Man of Steel’

    07.25.13
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    The Texas Cowboy in Drought

    06.12.13
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    Japan’s Solar Boom

    06.12.13
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    An Economic Plan for Florida’s Next Governor

    06.11.13
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    The Legacy of ‘Iron Man’

    06.06.13
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    Climate Change and the Bahamas

    06.01.13
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    New Risks for U.S. Nuclear Power

    03.15.13
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    Telling the Story of American Solar

    02.15.13
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    ‘Game Change’: A New Standard for VP

    01.30.13
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    Solar Can Strengthen Gov. Martin O’Malley’s Legacy

    01.17.13
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    A Carbon Tax for Fiscal and Climate Stability

    11.18.12
  • Saving the Shark

    08.17.12